Wales Tours & Trips
Find the right tour for you through Wales, Europe. We’ve got 2 tours going to Wales, starting from just 7 days in length, and the longest tour is 8 days. The most popular month to go is May, which has the most number of tour departures.
2 trips through Wales
8 day hiking & trekking tour through Chepstow, Tintern, Redbrook and 6 other destinations in Wales
- 9 destinations in Wales
- starts/ ends in
- Chepstow / Kington
- tour type
- Hiking & Trekking tour in Wales
- price per day
The Wonders Of Wales
7 day in-depth cultural tour through Cardiff, Brecon, Conwy and 4 other destinations in Wales and 1 other destination in 1 other country
- Enjoy Cardiff, the capital city, where centers of rich cultural heritage sit snugly alongside outstanding monuments of contemporary life.
- Explore the stunning beauty of splendid waterfalls, moorlands, mountain vistas, secret caves and plunging coastlines at Snowdonia National Park, Pembrokshire Coast National Park and Brecon Beacons National Park.
- Get a glimpse of Roman fortresses, monasteries and other relics of ancient Celtic culture. See history come alive before your eyes as you see magnificent castles strewn across the countryside.
- Climb up Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain peak in Wales. Bounce on a cave trampoline or hurtle through the air on a mile long zip line in Zip World.
- Go down an old unused coal mine and learn more about its contribution to the Industrial Revolution.
- Get ready to be serenaded by the soothing harmonies of a choral choir practice session in South Wales.
- Hike or trek your way across Offa’s Dyke National Trail on the border separating Wales from Britain.
- Feel rejuvenated as you swim in the choppy waters of Pembrokeshire surrounded by the rugged beauty of towering cliffs.
- Learn a few basic phrases in Welsh such as ‘Bore Da’ which means ‘Good Morning’.
- Try some of the delicious local cuisine including laverbread, Welsh rabbit and roast lamb. Your tour guide will help you find the best restaurants in town.
- Get a taste of some real ale, the famous Wrexham lager and Penderyn Whisky at the local pub.
- Don’t refer to the Welsh people as English since they have a great sense of individuality and ethnic pride.
- Be prepared to encounter dramatically changing weather - a sunny day may soon turn into a gale, blizzard or a chilling fog.
- If you love special events and festivals, attend the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts or the Brecon Jazz Festival.
- Be careful not to use the term ‘taffy’ which is a slur and would be considered offensive.
- Avoid asking intimate or personal questions as privacy is highly regarded in Wales.